Harley Settles Screamin’ Eagle Tuner Suit Without ConcedingBy and
Motorcycle maker violated Clean Air Act, U.S. complaint says
Company agrees to settlement but disputes EPA. allegations
Harley-Davidson Inc. will pay $15 million to end a U.S. lawsuit accusing the iconic motorcycle maker of selling performance-enhancing engine tuners the government said were illegal emission-control defeat devices.
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